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Designed and Executed 
by a Sister 



ALBERT HERTER 

CHARLES HOFFBAUER 

JOSEPH LAUBER 

J. MORTIMER LICHTENAUER ANDREW T. SCHWARTZ 

WILLIAM A. MACKEY TABER SEARS 



ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY : 
MAITLAND ARMSTRONG 
CHARLES J. BASING 
GEORGE W. BRECK 
EDWIN H. BLASHFIELD 
CLARA M. BURD 
CHARLES J. CONNICK 
ARTHUR CRISP 
HENRY B. CULVER 
NICOLA D'ASCENZO 
WILLIAM LAUREL HARRIS 
FRED. DANA MARSH 
FRANCIS NEWTON 
ERNEST PEIXOTTO 



of the Community of 
St. Mary 



ROBERT V. V. SEWELL 
SISTERS OF SAINT MARY 
C. Y. TURNER 
ANNIE LEE WILLET 
WILLIAM WILLET 




SUGGESTION FOR A COURT HOUSE PANEL 
George W. Breck, Painter, New York 

THE LIBRARY 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

PROVO, UTAH 




SANCTUARY WINDOW, PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, PRAIRIE AVENUE, 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

Riddle & Riddle, Architects, Chicago, 111. 

Wm. Willett and Annie Lee Willett, Artists, Pittsburgh, Pa. 




MEDALLION IN LIBRARY OF THE HON. WHITELAW REII) 

George W. Breck, Painter, New York 

McKim, Mead & White, Architects, New York 




COLOR SKETCH, ITALIAN RENAISSANCE, FOR A PRIVATE HOUSE 
George W. Breck, Painter, New York 




THE JESSE TREE, TRINITY CHURCH, EASTON, PA. 

Nicola D'Ascenzo, Painter, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wm. H. Michler, Architect 




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LEGEND OF THE SARAGOSSA SEA, DECORATION FOR CASTLE GOULD 

By William A. Mackay, Painter 
Hunt & Hunt, Architects 




LUNETTE IX THE PLAY HOUSE 
Arthur Crisp, Painter, New York 




TRYPTICH, THE FLEET 
Charles Basing, Painter, New York 




ST. ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY, DECORATION IN PAULIST CHURCH, 

NEW YORK 
Wm. Laurel Harris, Painter, New York 




VIKING SHIP, HANGING HALL DECORATION, 900 A. D. 
Henry B. Culver, New York 




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Wm. Laurel Harris, Painter, New York 




THE ASCENSION, MEMORIAL WINDOW, FRAGMENT 
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ORIGINAL DESIGN PAINTED GLASS IN MRS. O. H. P. BELMONT'S 

CHAPEL 

Executed by Maitland Armstrong, New York 

Designed by Helen Maitland Armstrong, New York 



PROSCENIUM ARCH MURAL PAINTING, HARRIS THEATRE 
J. Mortimer Lichtenauer, Painter, New York 




DRAWING, GENERAL WASHINGTON AT FORT LEE 
C. Y. Turner, Painter, New York 




STUDY FOR A DECORATION 
Edwin H. Blashfield, Painter, New York 



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STUDY FOR A DECORATION 
Edwin H. Blashfield, Painter, New York 




FRANCIS THE FIRST HUNTING PARTY 
Andrew T. Schwartz, Painter, New York 




DECORATIVE PANEL 
Ernest Peixotto, Painter, New York 




COLOR STUDY FOR PROPOSED DECORATION FOR PROSCENIUM ARCH, 
METROPOLITAN THEATRE, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 
Francis Newton, Painter, New York 
Howells & Stokes, Architects, New York 




THE PASSING OF ARTHUR 
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THE PRESENTATION OF THE MAGI, MURAL PAINTING EXECUTED FOR ST. MARKS 

CHURCH, MAUCH CHUNK, PA. 
Frederick Stymetz Lamb, Painter, New York 



DECORATION 



ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY 



EDWIN H. BLASHFIELD 
CLARA M. BURD 
CHARLES J. CONNICK 
KENYON COX 
WILLIAM LAUREL HARRIS 
FREDERICK STYMETZ LAMB 
JOSEPH LAUBER 
FRED DANA MARSH 



FRANCIS NEWTON 
HERMAN SCHLADERMUNDT 
ANDREW T. SCHWARTZ 
TABER SEARS 
ROBERT V. V. SEWELL 
GILBERT WHITE 
WILLIAM WILLET 
RALPH T. WILLIS 



FREDERICK WILSON 




SPRING TIME 
Fred. Dana Marsh, Painter, New York 




THE MARRIAGE OE ISAAC AND REBECCA 
Wm. Willet, Painter, Pittsburgh, Pa. 




THE GOOD SHEPHERD, WINDOW IN TRINITY LUTHERAN 

CHURCH, LANCASTER, PA. 

Joseph Lauber, Painter, New York 



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ANGELS OF LIFE AND DEATH, WINDOW FOR FIRST CONGREGATIONAL 

CHURCH, PITTSFIELD, MASS. 
Clara M. Burd, Painter, New York 




DESIGN FOR WINDOW IX ALL SAINTS CHURCH, ASHMONT, MASS. 

Charles J. Connick, Painter, Boston, Mass. 

Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, Architects, New York 




RUG BORDKK 
Herman SchladermundTj Painter, New York 




THE ADORATION OF THE MAGI, CARTOON FOR PAINTED WINDOW 
Frederick Wilson, Painter, New York 




DECORATION IN NEW ARMORY, 22D REGIMENT OF ENGINEERS, N. G. N. Y. 

Ralph T. Willis, Painter, New York 
Walker & Morris, Architects, New York 




ANGEL OF THE SUN, DECORATION IN PAULIST CHURCH 
Wm. Laurel Harris, Painter, New York 




OVER-MANTEL RECORATION, RESIDENCE OF FRANCIS H. BROWNELL, ESQ.. 

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 

Francis Newton, Painter, New York 

Howells & Stokes, Architects, New York 




THE ADOPTION OF THE FUNDAMENTAL ORDERS, DECORATION IN SUPREME 

COURT ROOM, CONNECTICUT STATE LIBRARY AND SUPREME 

COURT BUILDING, HARTFORD, CONN. 

Albert Herter, Painter, New York 
Donn Barber, Architect, New York 




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NEW YORK CENTRAL CONSTRUCTION 
Fred. Dana Marsh, Painter, New York 




PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD EXCAVATIONS 
Fred. Dana Marsh, Painter, New York 




YOUTH THE EXPLORER 
Taber Sears, Painter, New York 




THE JEWELS, SECTION OF DECORATIONS IN LOBBY OF HOTEL McALPIN, NEW YORK 

Gilbert White, Painter, New York 




FRAGMENT OF DECORATION IN DOME OF WISCONSIN STATE CAPITOL 

Edwin H. Blashfield, Painter, New York 

George B. Post & Sons, Architects, New York 




FRAGMENT OF DECORATION IN DOME OF WISCONSIN STATE CAPITOL 

Edwin H. Blashfielu, Painter, New York 

George B. Post & Sons, Architects, New York 




JUSTICE, DESIGN FOR MOSAIC PENDENTIVE FOR THE GREAT DOME 
OF THE WISCONSIN STATE CAPITOL 

Kenyon Cox, Painter, New York 
George B. Post & Sons, Architects, New York 




DECORATION IN NEW ARMORY, 22D REGIMENT OF ENGINEERS, N. G. N. Y. 

Ralph T. Willis, Painter, New York 
Walker & Morris, Architects, New York 




LIBERTY, DESIGN FOR MOSAIC PENDENTIVE FOR THE GREAT DOME 

OF THE WISCONSIN STATE CAPITOL 

Kenyon Cox, Painter, New York 

George B. Post & Sons, Architects, New York 




DECORATION IN NEW ARMORY, 22D REGIMENT OF ENGINEERS, N. G. N. Y 

Ralph T. Willis, Painter, New York 
Walker & Morris, Architects, New York 



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Andrew T. Schwartz, Painter, New York 




ST. BRIDGET FOR THE PAULIST CHURCH 
Wm. Laurel Harris, Painter, New York 







GOVERNMENT, DESIGN FOR MOSAIC PENDENTIVE FOR THE GREAT DOME 

OF THE WISCONSIN STATE CAPITOL 

Kenyon Cox, Painter, New York 

George B. Post & Sons, Architects, New York 



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PLAYFULNESS 
Paul H. Manship, Fellow in Sculpture, American Academy in Rome, 1909-12 




LA SURPRESSO 
Paul H. Manship, Fellow in Sculpture, American Academy in Rome, 1.Q09-12 




DUCK GIRL, FOUNTAIN FIGURE 
Paul H. Manship, Fellow in Sculpture, American Academy in Rome, 1909-12 








STUDY FOR DANCING FIGURE 

F. Tolles Chamberlin, Fellow in Painting, 

American Academy in Rome, 1908-11 




MARS 
Elective problem representing a full-sized detail of a 
room decorated with a series of panels in gold, color and 
raised surfaces. The panels to occupy between window 
spaces in a large room of a semi-state character. 

Frank T. Fairbanks, Fellow in Painting, 
American Academy in Rome, 1909-12 




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Edgar I. Williams, Fellow in Architecture, American Academy in Rome, 1909-12 




SKETCH IN A ROMAN CHURCH 
Edgar I. Williams, Fellow in Architecture, American Academy in Rome, 1909-12 




ATRIUM VESTAE, ROMAN FORUM 
Edgar I. Williams, Fellow in Architecture, American Academy in Rome, 1'909-12 




THE ATRIUM VESTAE, ROMAN FORUM 

Edgar I. Williams, Fellow in Architecture, American Academy in Rome, 1909-12 



ISOLA BELLA, LAGO MAGGIORE 
Edgar I. Williams. Fellow in Architecture, American Academy in Rome, 1909-12 




ISOLA BELLA, LAGO MAGGIORE 

Edgar I. Williams, Fellow in Architecture, American Academy in Rome, 1 909-12 




ISOLA BELLA, LAGO MAGGIORE 

Edgar I. Williams, Fellow in Architecture, American Academy in Rome, ]t)0<)-12 








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CORNICE, CAPITAL AND BASE, FOUND NEAR THE REGIA, ROMAN FORUM 
Edgar I. Williams, Fellow in Architecture, American Academy in Rome, 1909-12 






DECORATION 



ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY 



CHARLES BASING 
EDWIN H. BLASHFIELD 
ROBERT W. CHANLER 
CHARLES A. CONNICK 
KEN YON COX 
ARTHUR CRISP 
WM. LAUREL HARRIS 
ARTHUR HEWLETT 
JAMES MONROE HEWLETT 



JOSEPH LAUBER 
ALEXANDER S. LOCKE 
FRANCIS NEWTON 
ROBERT K. RYLAND 
HERMANN SCHLADERMUNDT 
TABER SEARS 
HARRY KNOX SMITH 
ANNIE LEE WILLET 
WILLIAM WILLET 




ST. MARTIN DIVIDING HIS CLOAK, STUDY FOR MURAL PAINTING 
Wm. Willet, Painter, Philadelphia, Pa. 




STUDY OF PANEL, EXTERIOR FRIEZE, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 

ESSEX COUNTY PARK COMMISSION 

Designed by Edith M. Magonigle, New York 

H. Van Buren Magonigle, Architect, New York 



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DECORATION FOR MUSIC ROOM, RESIDENCE OF JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, JR., ESQ., 

NEW YORK 

Francis Newton, Painter, New York 



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NYMPH OF THE POOP, OVERMANTEL DECORATION FOR HOUSE OF MRS. LEWIS 

BROWNE, PITTSBURGH. PA. 
Robert K. Rylaxd, Painter, New York 




DECORATION FOR MUSIC ROOM, RESIDENCE OF JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, JR., ESQ., 

NEW YORK 
Francis Newton, Painter, New York 




SKETCH FOR CORPUS CHRISTI CHAPEL 
Wm. Laurel Harris, Painter, New York 




ADORATION OF THE MAGI, ALTAR PAINTING FOR CHAPEL OF THE INTERCESSION 

Taber Sears, Painter, New York 
Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, Architects, New York 



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Herman T. Schladermundt, Painter, New York 

Carrere & Hastings, Architects, New York 




DECORATIONS IN LIBRARY OF THOMAS F. RYAN, ESQ. 

Herman T. Schladermundt, Painter, New York 

Carrere & Hastings, Architects, New York 




THE SPIRIT OF LOVE, LUNETTE FOR ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 

OBERLIN COLLEGE 
Kenyon Cox, Painter, New York 




THE ACTIVE AND THE CONTEMPLATIVE LIFE, LUNETTE FOR ADMINISTRATION 

BUILDING, OBERLIN COLLEGE 
Kenyon Cox, Painter, New York 




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ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK HV 



STANLEY ARTHURS 

PAUL CHALFIN 

ARTHUR CRISP 

HENRY B. CULVER 

EDITH EMERSON 

C. B. FALLS, PIETER MYER & EMU. WECKERS 

GARDNER HALE 

GEORGE HARDING 



C. BERTRAM HARTMAN 
SALVATORE LASCARI 
J. MORTIMER LICHTENAUER 
EDITH M. MAGONIGLE 
HENRY REUTERDAHL 
HERMAN T. SCHLADERMUNDT 
TABER SEARS 
EZRA WINTER 




DECORATION IN THE GREENWICH HOUSE, NEW YORK 

Arthur Crisp, Painter, New York 

Delano & Aldrich, Architects, New York 




STUDY FOR DECORATION IN THE LITTLE THEATRE, 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
Edith Emerson, Painter, Philadelphia, Pn. 




STUDY FOR DECORATION IX THE LITTLE THEATRE, 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Edith Emerson, Painter, Philadelphia, Pa. 




OVERMANTEL FOR MRS. ALBERT BLUM 
Salvatore Lascari, Painter, New York 




BOARDWALK ENTRANCE PANEL, HOTEL TRAY.MORE, 
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 
George Harding, Painter, Philadelphia, Pa. 




CEILING FOR GUARANTEE TRUST COMPANY OFFICE 

Ezra Winter, Painter, New York 

Cross & Cross, Architects, New York 




LANDING OF DE VRIES* COLONY AT ZWANENDALE, LEWES, DELAWARE, 1631, FOR 
DINING-HALL, DELAWARE COLLEGE, NEWARK, DELAWARE 

Stanley M. Arthurs, Painter, Wilmington, Delaware 





XVII. CENTURY SHIP. HANGING DECORATION 
Henry B. Culver and Paul Chalfin, Associated Marinists, New York 




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FOR THE HOUSE OF EDWARD PLANT, ESQ., ELBERON, N. J. 

Designed and Executed by C. Bertram Hartman, New York 




TENFOLD SCREEN 

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FOR HOUSE OF EDWARD PLANT, ESQ., ELBERON, N. J. 

Designed and Executed by C. Bertram Hartman, New York 



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PORT WASHINGTON, L. I. 

Edith M. Magonigle, Painter, New York 

H. Van Buren Magonigle, Architect, New York 




THE SHERWOOD MEMORIAL WINDOW 

CHRIST CHURCH, HACKEXSACK. N. J. 

Taber Sears, Designer, New York 






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ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY 



MAXWELL ARMITELD 
EDWIN H. BLASHFIELD 
ARTHUR COVEY 
ARTHUR CRISP 
EDITH EMERSON 
C. BERTRAM HARTMAN 
HERTER LOOMS 
TROY KINNEY 
FLORENCE LUNDBORG 



MACK, JENNEY & TYLER 

EDITH MACON IGLE 

Lit HI) DANA MARSH 

FRANK MILLER 

NATHANIEL POUSSETTE-DART 

JOHN S. SARGENT 

TABER SEARS 

(LARA ELSENE WILLIAMS 

J. SCOTT WILLIAMS 



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FOOTBALLERS, DECORATION FOR A CLUBROOM 
Maxwell Armfield, Painter, Berkeley, Cal. 





HOAR HUNT, LEADED GLASS WINDOW, BUSH TERMINAL SALES 

BUILDING, NEW YORK 
J. Scott Williams, Painter, New York 





MURAL PANEL. BUYERS' CLUB, BUSH TERMINAL SALES 

BUILDING, NEW YORK 

Clara Elsene Williams, Painter, New York 




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John S. Sargent, Painter, Boston, Mass. 




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GOG AND MAGOG 

John S. Sargent, Painter. Boston, Mass. 




Copyright by Trustees of the Boston Public Library 



ISRAEL 
John S. Sargent, Painter, Boston, Mass. 




Copyright by trustees of the Boston Public Library 

THE MESSIANCE ERA 
John S. Sargent, Painter. Boston, Mass. 




DRAWING FOR MURAL PAINTING IN THE CHEMI- 
CAL NATIONAL BANK, NEW YORK 
Tabeh Sears, Painter, New York 




DRAWING LOR MURAL PAINTING IN THE 

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Taber Sears, Painter, New York 










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FOR A DANCING ACADEMY 
Troy Kinney, Painter, New York 




COMEDY, MURAL PAINTING IN THE PLAYHOUSE, WILMINGTON, DEL. 

Designed and Painted by Edith Magonigle, New York 




THE CHASE, BATIK ON SILK 
C. Bertram Hartman, New York 




TAPESTRY 

Designed by Albert Herter 

Executed by the Herter Looms, New York 




TAPESTRY 

Designed b}' Albert Herter 

Executed by the Herter Looms, New York 




PAINTED SCREEN 
Frank Miller, Painter, New York 




DECORATION IN RESIDENCE OF ALLEN LEWIS, ESQ., PORTLAND, ORE. 

Florence Lundhorg, Painter, New York 




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Maxwell Armfield, Painter, Berkeley, Cal. 




THE ARTS ECCLESIASTIC, COMEDY AND TRAGEDY, SONG, MUSIC AND DANCE 
Edward A. Vysekal, Painter, Los Angeles, Cal. 




MUSICAL SEQUENCE, PERCUSSION 
Maxwell Armfield, Painter, Berkeley, Cal. 




THE ARTS PASTORAL, INSPIRATION AND ART, POETRY AND PROSE, 

SONG, MUSIC AND DANCE 

Edward A. Vysekal, Painter, Los Angeles, Cal. 




THE ELIJAH WINDOW, MEMORIAL TO THEODORE ROOSE- 
VELT, IN THE TEMPLE KENESETH ISRAEL, 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
Designed by Edith Emerson, Philadelphia, Pa. 




CARTOON FOR MOSAIC ON THE EVANGELINE 

WILBUR BLASHFIELD 

MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN IN THE QUEENSBORO MARKET. 

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BOSTON, MASS. 

John Singer Sargent, Painter, Boston, Mass. 



DECORATION 



CHARLES BASING 
D. PUTNAM BRINLEY 
ROBERT W. CHANLER 
F. OVERTON COLBERT 
ARTHUR COVEY 
ALLYN COX 
ARTHUR CRISP 
NATHAN DOLINSKY 
BARRY FAULKNER 
J. M. &A. T. HEWLETT 



ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY 

ELLEN MACAULEY 
MACK, JENNEY & TYLER 
EDITH MAGONIGLE 
FRED DANA MARSH 
HERBERT MEYER 
IVAN G. OLINSKY 
JOHN SINGER SARGENT 
ANDREW T. SCHWARTZ 
GEORGE HARDING 
JEAN PAUL SLUSSER 







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MEMBERS OF THE MURAL PAINTERS 

Mural Decorations by Arthur Crisp, New York 
Architectural Scheme by Ely Jacques Kahn, New York Rug, Curtains and Cushions by Grace Ackerman, New York 

Metal Fixtures by the Stirling Bronze Co. from Designs by Arthur Crisp 








SCHEME FOR i/ 4 SCALE MODEL— ONE OF A SERIES BY MEMBERS OF THE 

MURAL PAINTERS 
Arthur Covey, Painter, New York 





APOLLO AND THE MUSES. 

DECORATION IN THE DOME OF THE ROTUNDA OF THE 

MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON, MASS. 

John Singer Sargent, Painter, Boston, Mass. 




CHANLER ROOM— 14 SCALE MODEL ONE OF A SERIES BY MEMBERS 

OF THE MURAL PAINTERS 
Robert Chanler, Painter, New York 




DREAMS 
Nathan Dolinsky, Painter, New York 




DECORATION IN UNION MARKET NATIONAL BANK, 

WATERTOWN, MASS. 

Andrew T. Schwartz, Painter, New York 

Dennison and Hirons, Architects, New York 




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Arthur Covey, Painter, New York 




DECORATION FOR CHILDREN'S WARD, ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL, ORANGE, N. J. 

Arthur Covey, Painter, New York 




DECORATION FOR CHILDREN'S WARD, ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL, ORANGE, N. J. 

Arthur Covey, Painter, New York 




TWO GREEN ELEPHANTS 

Design by Arthur Crisp, New York 

Executed in Aetco Faience by the American Encaustic Tiling Co. 




THE PICNIC, SILK BATIK OVER MANTEL 
Jean Paul Slusser, Painter, New York 




CHART OF STEAMSHIP ROUTES IN THE ATLANTIC AND INDIAN OCEANS, 
IN CUNARD BUILDING, NEW YORK 
Barry Faulkner, Painter, New York 




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George Harding, Painter, Philadelphia, Pa. 




DECORATION EOR PUBLIC SCHOOL 39, BRONX 
Charles Basing, Painter, New York 




DECORATION AT TRENTON, N. J. 
George Harding, Painter, Philadelphia, Pa. 




DECORATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL 39, BRONX 
Charles Basing, Painter, New York 




THE ENCHANTED WOOD, DECORATION FOR A CHILD'S ROOM 
D. Putnam Brinley, Painter, New York 




HANGING— SUMMER 
Designed and Executed by J. M. and A. T. Hewlett, New York 




Copyright by 25 Broadway Corp. 

CEILING DECORATIONS, GRAND HALL, CUNARD BUILDING, NEW YORK 

Ezra Winter, Painter, New York 
B. W. Morris, Architect, New York 




Copyright by Z5 Broadway Corp. 



GREAT HALL, CUNARD BUILDING 
Ezra Winter, Painter, New York 
B. W. Morris, Architect, New York 




Copyright by 2? Broa.l 



MURAL INTERIOR, CUNARD BUILDING 

Ezra Winter, Painter, New York 

B. W. Morris, Architect, New York 



DECORATION 



ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY 



EDWIN H. BLASHFIELD 
D. PUTNAM BRINLEY 
FRANCES BURR 
ROBERT CHANLEY 
ARTHUR COVEY 
HOWARD GREENLEY 
GEORGE HARDING 
J. M. & A. T. HEWLETT 



FRED DANA MARSH 
HERBERT MEYER 
ERNEST PEIXOTTO 
W T . J. REYNOLDS 
EUGENE SAVAGE 
DUNCAN SMITH 
EZRA WINTER 
MARGUERITE ZORACH 




DECORATION FOR DINING ROOM 

BRIAR APARTMENT HOTEL, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 

W. J. Reynolds, Painter, Chicago, Illinois 




FRAGMENT OF DECORATION— EDUCATION- 
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BOSTON, MASS. 
Edwin H. Blashfield, Painter, New York 




FRAGMENT OF DECORATION— EDUCATION- 
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BOSTON, MASS. 
Edwin H. Blashfield, Painter, New York 




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Herbert Meyer, Painter, New York 




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Eugene Savage, Painter, New York 



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Designed by Ezra Winter 

Executed by J. M. and A. T. Hewlett, New York 




A MEDIEVAL TOURNAMENT— PANELLED ROOM IN MODELLED AND PAINTED GESSO 
Frances Burr, Painter, New York Woodwork by Bradley Delehanty 




A MEDIEVAL TOURNAMENT— PANELLED ROOM IN MODELLED AND PAINTED GESSO 
Frances Burr, Painter, New York Woodwork by Bradley Delehanty 




PORT OF BOMBAY, COTTON QUEEN— ONE OF FOUR PANELS FOR 

TRADING, NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE 

Ezra Winter, Painter, New York 

Donn Barber, Architect 




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9 EAST 76th STREET 
Ernest Peixotto, Painter, New York 




PANEL FOR A LOUIS XVI RECEPTION ROOM AT 

9 EAST 76th STREET 

Ernest Pkixotto, Painter, New York 



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THE WITCH OF ATLAS— DECORATIVE PANEL 
Duncan Smith, Painter, New York 




MURAL DECORATION FOR CORN EXCHANGE 

NATIONAL BANK OF PHILADELPHIA 

George Harding, Painter, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Arthur H. Brockie, Architect 




THE FAMILY 
Designed and Executed by Marguerite Zorach, New York 




PANEL FOR SHOW ROOM OF THE AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY 
Charles B. Falls, Painter, New York 
Raymond M. Hood, Architect, New York 



DECORATION 



ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY 



EDWIN H. BLASHFIELD 
D. PUTNAM BRINLEY 
CARLO CAMPAGLIA 
ROBERT CHANLER 
HOMER CONANT 
ARTHUR COVEY 
ARTHUR CRISP 
CHARLES B. FALLS 
BARRY FAULKNER 
LAUREN FORD 



A. E. FORINGER 

GEORGE HARDING 

J. MONROE HEWLETT 

J. MORTIMER LICHTENAUER 

FRED DANA MARSH 

REGINALD MARSH 

HERBERT MEYER 

CARL SCHMITT 

CLARA F. THOMAS 

EZRA WINTER 




STUDY FOR ANGELS IN A DECORATION FOR ONE OF THE TRANSEPTS 
OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MATTHEW, WASHINGTON, D. C. 
Edwin H. Blashfield, Mural Painter, New York 




STUDY FOR A HEAD IN A DECORATION FOR ONE OF THE TRANSEPTS 
OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MATTHEW, WASHINGTON, D. C. 
Edwin H. Blashfield, Mural Painter, New York 




PANEL OVERMANTEL FOR LIVING ROOM 

Carlo Ciampaglia, Mural Painter, New York 




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DECORATIVE BANNER FOR THE HOME OF DUDLEY BLOSSOM, ESQ. 
Fred Dana Marsh, Mural Painter, New York 




DECORATIVE BANNER FOR THE HOUSE OF DUDLEY BLOSSOM, ESQ. 
Fred Dana Marsh, Mural Painter, New York 




DECORATIVE PANEL FOR A SHIPPING OFFICE 
Clara Fargo Thomas, Mural Painter, New York 




CURTAIN DESIGNED AND EXECUTED FOR THE 

PROVINCETOWN PLAYERS PRODUCTION OF "FASHION" 

Reginald Marsh, Painter, New York 




ORIENTAL BATIK MURAL 
Designed and Executed by Homer Conant, New York 




MERRY-GO-ROUND 
Lauren Ford, Painter, New York 




DECORATION, EARLE THEATRE 
George Harding, Mural Painter, Philadelphia, Pa. 






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J. Monroe Hewlitt, Mural Painter, New York 




ACROPOLIS BUILDERS, DECORATION FOR BROOKLYN MASONIC TEMPLE 
J. Monroe Hewlitt, Mural Painter, New York 



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J. Mortimer Lichtenauer, Mural Painter, New York 




LAW, FIRST OF TWO PANELS DESIGNED AND EXECUTED FOR THE 
MAIN ENTRANCE OF KENOSHA COUNTY COURT HOUSE, KENOSHA, WISCONSIN 

A. E. Foringer, Mural Painter, New York 
Lindell, Lesser and Schulte, Architects 




THE LAND OF PLENTY, SILK WALL HANGING 
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NATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Ezra Winter, Painter, New York 

Cass Gilbert, Architect, New York 




DESIGN FOR THE CEILING OF THE MONROE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 

ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

Ezra Winter, Painter, New York 

Mowbray and Uffinger, Architects 




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MAXWELL ARMFIELD 

CLIFFORD W. ASHLEY 

W. T. BENDA 

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CHARLES LIVINGSTON BULL 

ORLAND CAMPBELL 

CARLO CIAMPAGLIA 

ARTHUR CRISP 

GEORGE E. HARRIS 

J. MONROE HEWLETT 

AUGUSTUS 



HARRY HOFFMAN 
ROBERT W. JOHNSON 
J. MORTIMER LICHTENAUER 
FRED DANA MARSH 
HILDRETH MEIERE 
ERNEST PEIXOTTO 
C. POLOWETSKI 
AUSTIN PURVIS 

LOUISE DE GIGMILLIAT ROGERS 
HERMAN T. SCHLADERMUNDT 
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DECORATION 
Robert W. Johnson, Painter, New York 




ROSHANARA— A DANCE OF INDIA 
Orland Campbell, Painter, New York 




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FOR A THIRTEENTH CENTURY GOTHIC CHURCH AT MONTARLOT, FRANCE 

Austin Purves, Painter, New York 







PANEL OF REREDOS IN ST. MARTINS CHURCH, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Hildreth Meiere, Painter, New York 

Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, Architect 




THE DEPOSITION FROM THE CROSS 

FOR THE CHURCH OF ST. JAMES, SOUTH DEERFIELD, MASS. 

Augustus Vincent Tack, Painter, New York 




VICTORY AND PEACE 
C. E. Polowetski, Painter, New York 




MEDIAEVAL PANEL IN PURE FRESCO 
Louise de Gikmilliat Rogers, Painter, New York 




UPPER LAKE, KILLARNEY 

DECORATIVE PANEL FOR BALLROOM OF W. B. BROWN, ESQ. 

SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA 

Ernest Peixotto, Painter, New York 




MUCKROSS HOUSE 

DECORATIVE PANEL FOR BALLROOM OF W. B. BROWN, ESQ. 

SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA 

Ernest Peixotto, Painter, New York 




ITALIAN ROOM DECORATIONS, THE ALDERS-ON-THE-HUDSON 

Herman T. Schladermundt, Painter, New York 

Frank A. Colby, Architect, New York 




THE BATTLE OF LEPANTO 
OVERMANTEL FOR LIBRARY OF A. FELIX DU PONT, ESQ., WILMINGTON, DEL. 

Clifford W. Ashley, Painter, New Bedford, Mass. 




THE ITALIAN QUARTER 
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DECORATIVE PANEL 
W. T. Benda, Painter, New York 




CENTER WALL BEHIND ALTAR— SYMBOLS OF EOUR EVANGELISTS 

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CHURCH OF THE PAULIST FATHERS, NEW YORK 

Augustus Vincent Tack, Painter, New York 




CRUCIFIXION WITH DONORS 

PORTRAITS OF FAMILY OF COMTE DHINNISDAL, 

CHURCH OF SOUVERAIN MOULIN, BOULOGNE-SUR-MER, FRANCE 

Gardner Hale, Painter, New York 




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Carlo Ciampaglia, Painter, New York 




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Carlo Ciampaglia, Painter, New York 




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Hildreth Meiere, Painter, New York 

Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, Architect 




HOLY NAME ALTAR, CHURCH OF ST. VINCENT FERRER 
Frank H. Schwarz, Painter, New York 



DECORATIVE PAINTING 



ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY 



ELIZABETH JONES BABCOCK 
ROBERT BRACKMAN 
D. PUTNAM BRINLEY 
FANNY BYERS 
ADA RASARIO CECERE 
MYRON B. CHAPIN 
CARLO CTAMPAGLIA 
ARTHUR COVEY 
BARRY FAULKNER 
ALFRED E. FLOEGEL 
GEORGE HARDING 
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TOM L. JOHNSON 
LEO HELMHOLZ JUNKER 
R. McGILL MACKALL 
FRED DANA MARSH 
HILDRETH MEIERE 
MAX OPPENHEIM 
AUSTIN PURVES, JR. 
GEORGE M. RICHARDS 
CARL SCHMITT 
FRANK SCHWARZ 
AUGUST VINCENT TACK 
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CARTOONS OF MURAL GLASS PANELS, HAMMERSTEIN THEATRE, NEW YORK 

Designed by J. Scott Williams, New York 
Herbert Krapp, Architect, New York 




CARTOONS OF MURAL GLASS PANELS, HAMMERSTEIN THEATRE, NEW YORK 

Designed by J. Scott Williams, New York 

Herbert Krapp, Architect, New York 




SPRING 
Fanny Byers, Painter, New York 




THE BATHERS 
Robert Bracleman, Painter, New York 




PANEL IN ELEVATOR, PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 




THE ORCHESTRA, DECORATION 
Max Oppenheimer, (Mopp) Painter, Berlin, Germany 




MADONNA OF THE HILLS, TEMPERA PAINTING 
Frank H. Schwarz, Painter, New York 




MADONNA, TEMPERA PAINTING 
Frank H. Schwarz, Painter, New York 




PANEL IN ELEVATOR, PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 




PANEL IN ELEVATOR, 

PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 





PANEL IN ELEVATOR, 

PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 



PANEL IN ELEVATOR, 

PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 




PANEL IN ELEVATOR, PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 




PANEL IN ELEVATOR, 
PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 
Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 





PANEL IN ELEVATOR, 

PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 



PANEL IN ELEVATOR, 
PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 
Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 




AN IDYLL, CARTOON FOR OVERMANTEL IN A HUNTING CLUB IN FRESCO 

Susan Miller, Painter, New York 

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Peter Helck, Painter, New York 



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Peter Helck, Painter, New York 




SKETCH FOR DECORATION, RECEPTION ROOM, 

RESIDENCE OF T. J. JOHNSON, ESQ., BOSTON, MASS. 

Austin Purvf.s, Jr., Painter, New York 

Maginnis & Walsh, Architects, Boston, Mass. 




THE PRINCESS SENDS FORTH HER KNIGHTS 
Elizabeth Jones Babcock, Painter, New York 




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Designed by Hildretii Meiere, New York 




WAR PARTY, SENATE CEILING 

NEBRASKA STATE CAPITOL 

Designed by Hildreth Meiere, New York 




BUFFALO HUNT, SENATE CEILING 

NEBRASKA STATE CAPITOL 
Designed by Hildrf.th Meiere, New York 




INDIAN WOMEN HOEING CORN 

SENATE CEILING, NEBRASKA STATE CAPITOL 

Designed by Hildrf.th Meiere, New York 




DECORATIVE GESSO PANEL 
Ada Rasario Cecere, Painter, New York 




FLORA, DECORATIVE PANEL 
Ada Rasario Cecere, Painter, New York 




WALL PANEL, FLORENTINE GRILL ROOM, PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 




PANEL IN FLORENTINE GRILL ROOM, PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Edmund Ellis, Architect, New York 




THE UNICORN 
George M. Richards, Painter, New York 




PANEL FOR BANQUET ROOM, HOTEL PERE MARQUETTE 

George Harding, Painter, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Horace Trumbauer, Architect, Philadelphia, Pa. 







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Designed and Executed by Myron B. Chapin, Ann Arbor, Michigan 




A TREE OF LIFE, BATIK WALL HANGING 
Designed and Executed by Myron B. Chapin, Ann Arbor, Michigan 




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PHILIP BOWER 
ROBERT BRACKMAN 
D. PUTNAM BRINLEY 
ALLYN COX 
JAMES DAUGHERTY 
J. MONROE HEWLETT 
L. HELMHOLZ JUNKER 
DANIEL LAW 
VERA LEEPER 



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HILDRETH MEIERE 

SUZANNE MILLER 

ERNEST PEIXOTTO 

AUSTIN PURVES, JR. 

P. L. RIGAL 

BOARDMAN ROBINSON 

MARIA ROTHER 

FRANK H. SCHWARZ & E. HERRICK 

AUGUSTUS VINCENT TACK 




DAYS OF CHIVALRY 
Daniel Law, Painter, Boston, Mass. 




CAMEO PANEL IN CEILING DECORATION OF WOOLSEY HALL, 

YALE UNIVERSITY 
Designed and Executed by Mack, Jenney & Tyler, New York 




MEAT, DECORATIVE PANEL FOR DINING ROOM 
Allyn Cox, Painter, New York 




CAMEO PANEL IN CEILING DECORATION OF WOOLSEY HALL, 

YALE UNIVERSITY 

Designed and Executed by Mack, Jenney & Tyler, New York 




FISH, DECORATIVE PANEL FOR DINING ROOM 
Allyn Cox, Painter, New York 




CENTRAL PARK— PAINTED DECORATION FOR THE RECEPTION HALL, 

RESIDENCE OF OSWALD GARRISON VILLARD 

Maria Rother, Painter, New York 




CENTRAL PANEL FOR A CEILING, SOUTHAMPTON, L. 

Ernest Peixotto, Painter, New York 



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MURAL MAPS, 1929 GENEVA INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL CONGRESS 

James Daugherty, Painter, New York 




THE BATHERS 
Robert Brackman, Painter, New York 




WALL PANELS IN THE HOME OF MRS. E. SHEARSON, NEW YORK 
Vera Leeper, Painter, New York 




OVERMANTEL PANEL 
Suzanne Miller, Painter, New York 




NATIVITY, ST. PAULS CHURCH, 

DULUTH, MINNESOTA 

Austin Purves, Painter, New York 

Mayers, Murray & Phillip, Architects, New York 





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MAP OF LONG ISLAND FOR BOAT HOUSE OF JOHN HAY WHITNEY, ESQ., 

MANHASSET, L. I. 

Philip Bower, Painter, New York 

La Farge, Warren & Creighton, Architects, New York 




EAST WALL, PRIVATE DINING ROOM, JUNIOR LEAGUE CLUB 

Designed and Painted by E. J. Babcock, New York 




PANEL FOR CALEB HEATHCOTE TRUST CO., SCARSDALE, N. Y 

L. Helmholz Junker, Painter, New York 

Holmes & Winslow, Architects, New York 




EAST WALL, PRIVATE DINING ROOM, JUNIOR LEAGUE CLUB 
Designed and Painted by E. J. Babcock. New York 




DECORATION FOR THE FARMER'S TRUST COMPANY, 

LANCASTER, PA. 

J. Monroe Hewlett, Painter, New York 

Malvern R. Evans, Associate Architect, Lancaster, Pa. 




BROOKLYN PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE 
Executed for the Brooklyn Savings Bank 
D. Putnam Brinley, Painter, New York 




CENTER PANEL, REREDOS, CHRIST CHURCH, CRANBROOK, MICHIGAN 

Hildreth Meiere, Painter, New York 

Mayers, Murray & Phillip, Architects, New York 




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BALTIMORE, MD. 

Designed by Hildreth Meiere, New York 

Executed by De Paoli Co., Inc., New York 

Taylor & Fisher, Smith & May, Architects 




INDUSTRY, MOSAIC FLOOR DECORATION, BALTIMORE TRUST CO. BUILDING, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Designed by Hildketh Meiere, New York 

Executed by De Paoli Co., Inc., New York 

Taylor & Fisher, Smith & May. Architects 




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Chancel Panels in Church of St. Agnes, Dalton, Mass. 

Augustus Vincent Tack, Painter, New York 






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ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY 



DUNBAR BECK 

ALLISON KINGSBURY BISHOP 

FRANCIS S. BRADFORD 

D. PUTNAM BRINLEY 

NATACHA CARLU 

DEAN CORNWELL 

ARTHUR COVEY 

ALLYN COX 

GEORGE DAVIDSON 

EDITH EMERSON 

BARRY FAULKNER 

LOVRIEN GREGORY 

JOHN F. HAWKINS, JR. 

SALVATORE LASCARI 

J. MORTIMER LICHTENAUER 

MACK, JENNEY & TYLER 



LE ROY DANIEL MAC MORRIS 

HILDRETH MEIERE 

KIMON NICOLAIDES 

JOHN E. OTTERSON, JR. 

ERNEST PEIXOTTO 

ALICE HENDEE PRICE 

AUSTIN PURVES, JR. 

RACHEL M. RICHARDSON 

P. L. RIGAL 

STANLEY J. ROWLAND 

FRANK SCHWARZ 

LEON V. SOLON 

RUSSEL SPEAKMAN 

ALLEN TRUE 

HERMAN VAN COTT 

EZRA WINTER 




THE TREE OF LIFE. WALL HANGING IN TRUE BATIK 
Designed and Executed by Rachel M. Richardson, New York 




THE WHEEL OF LIFE — CENTRAL MEDALLION FOR THE 

CARPET OF THE NEW WALDORF-ASTORIA, NEW YORK 

P. L. Rigal, Painter, New York 




LOBBY OF SQUIBB BUILDING SHOWING PAINTED CEILING 

Arthur Covey. Painter, Torrington. Conn. 

Ely Jacques Kahn. Architect, New York 




PRIMAVERA 
Dunbar Beck, Painter, New York 





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MOSAICS FOR THE CURRIER GALLERY OF ART, MANCHESTER, N. H. 

Salvatore Lascari, Painter, New York 

Tiltox & Githens, Architects, New York 



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THE PATH TO INITIATION. OVERMANTEL IN TEMPERA 
John F. Hawkins, Jr., Painter, New York 




BRIDE'S QUILT 
Russel Speakman, Painter, New York 




DECORATIVE PANELS, DINING ROOM. T. EATON CO.. MONTREAL, CANADA 

Natacha Carlu, Painter, New York 




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PANEL IN WAR MEMORIAL, CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, NEW YORK 
Alison Mason Kingsbury, Painter, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Charles Z. Klauder, Architect, Philadelphia, Pa. 




DECORATIVE PANEL FOR OFFICE OF EDWARD BRADLEY & CO., 

NEW HAVEN, CONN. 
John E. Otterson, Jr., Painter, New York 




DECORATION FOR CARD ROOM, RESIDENCE OF H. M. TOWNSEND, ESQ. 

Old Westbury, Long Island 

H. Van Cott, Painter, New York 

Harvey Stevenson, Architect, New York 




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George Davidson, Painter, New York 
Louis S. Weeks, Architect, New York 




LOBBY CEILING, INTERNATIONAL TELEPHONE BUILDING, NEW YORK 

George Davidson, Painter, New York 
Louis S. Weeks, Architect, New York 



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Maginnis & Walsh, Architects, Boston, Mass. 




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Maginnis & Walsh, Architects, Boston, Mass. 




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Mural Painting in Bank of Manhattan Trust Company, 40 Wall Street, New York 

Ezra Winter, Painter, New York 




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40 WALL STREET, NEW YORK 

Ezra Winter, Painter, New York 



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FAIRMOUNT PARK MUSEUM, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

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RED AND SILVER DRAWING ROOM FOR RICHARD S. HOYT, ESQ. 

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Allyn Cox, Painter, New York 




DINING ROOM DECORATION 

Francis Scott Bradford, Painter, New York 
William Platt, Architect, New York 




MOSAIC ENTRY CEILING, BRICKEN, TEXTILE BUILDING 
Austin Purves, Painter, New York 
Ely J. Kahn, Architect, New York 




DECORATIONS IN A SWIMMING POOL 

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FOR CHILDS RESTAURANT, 425 LEXINGTON AVENUE, NEW YORK 

Alice Hendee Price, Painter, New York 

Pruitt & Brown, Architects, New York 




AUDITORIUM CEILING, HORACE BUSHNELL MEMORIAL, 

HARTFORD, CONN. 

Barry Faulkner, Painter, New York 

Corbett, Harrison & MacMurray, Architects, New York 




MOSAICS IN ST. ALOYSIUS CHURCH, DETROIT, MICHIGAN 

Hildreth Meiere, Painter, New York 

Donaldson & Meier, Architects, Detroit, Michigan 

Executed by Ravenna Mosaics, Inc., New York 



ECCLESIASTICAL ARCHITECTURE 



ILLUSTRATIONS OF WORK BY 



WALTER T. KARCHER & LIVINGSTON SMITH 
GEORGE I. LOVATT 

TALLMADGE & WATSON 



MURPHY & OLMSTED 
JOHN RUSSELL POPE 




FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. 
John Russell Pope, Architect, New York 




DETAIL OF NAVE, CHAPEL OF THE CONVENT OF ST. JOSEPH, 

BRENTWOOD, N. Y. 
Mirpiiy & Olmsted, Architects, Washington, D. C. 




REREDOS. CHURCH OF THE HOLY CHILD, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
George I. Lovatt, Architect, Philadelphia, Pa. 




FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, NEW ROCHELLE. N. Y 
John Russell Pope, Architect, New York 




TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH, MOORESTOWN, N. J. 
Walter T. Karcher and Livingston Smith, Architects, Philadelphia, Pa. 




FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. 
John Russell Pope, Architect, New York 




NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH, WASHINGTON. D. C. 

John Russell Pope, Architect, New York 




GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, RIVER FOREST, ILLINOIS 
Tallmadge & Watson, Architects, Chicago, 111. 



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MURAL PAINTING 

Illustrations of work by 

George Biddle 
John Holmer 
Russell Speakman 
John W. Norton 



Hildreth Meiere • Helene Sardeau • Ravenna Mosaics 
John F. Hawkins, Jr. 







GEORGE BIDDLE 



Agriculture • Autumn Plowing • Century of Progress 



GEORGE BIDDLE 





JOHN HOLMER 



Murals— Ohio State Office Building, Columbus, Ohio 

Harry Hake, Architect 

Frank W. Bail and Alfred A. Kahn, Consulting Architects 



JOHN HOLMER 




RUSSELL SPEAK MAN 




Panel in Children's Ward • Eye Institute, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, New York Citj 



RUSSELL SPEAKMAN 




"Old River' 



JOHN W. NORTON 




"New River" 



"Labor" 





HILDRETH MEIERE 



Helene Sardeau, Sculptress • Mosaic by Ravenna Mosaics, Inc • Henry D. Dagit & Sons, Architect 




St. Joseph's Altar, Church of St. Katharine of Sienna, Baltimore, Md. 



HILDRETH M El ERE 




The Annunciation Altar • Church of St. Katharine of Sienna, Baltimore, Md. 



JOHN F. HAWKINS. JR . Navy Series, "The Islands" . National Navy Building, New York City 










DECORATION 




DINING ROOM 



McMILLEN INC 
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DECORATION 



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STAIRCASE LANDING 



ALEXANDER H. GIRARD 

43 




VVYE have recently added a number of addition- 
al display rooms in which we are showing a 
group of new designs to meet present day deco- 
rative trends. Our display of contemporary de- 



signs and Georgian reproductions now consists of 
over four hundred individual pieces. Architects 
and Decorators are cordially invited to inspect 
this exhibit. 



CHARAK FURNITURE CO. 



38 Wareham Street 
Boston, Mass. 



444 Madison Avenue 

New York 
Factories at Boston, Mass. 



C. W. Stockwell Co., Ltd. 
3262 Wilshire Blvd. 



44 



DECORATION 




CORRIDOR. SANTA BARBARA COURT HOUSE 



GEORGE M. HYDE 
45 



Seeley-Scalamandre Co., Inc. 

660 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 

REGENT 4-4689 



exclusive silk fabrics created and manu- 
factured by us in tne U. S. A. 

a new design every week 

manufacturers and wholesalers 

reproductions of old fabrics made in very 
short time 

silk trimmings in stock and made to order 



CHICAGO BOSTON LOS ANGELES 

Mrs. E. A. Seeley Mr. E. E. Roebling Mr. E. L. Turrell 

29 East Madison Street 420 Boylston Street 816 South Figueroa Street 



46 



DECORATION 




FOYER 



ROY BELMONT INC. 

47 




Handmade 18- Century Reproductions 

Our Showrooms are now conveniently located at 383 Madison Avenue. We cordially 
invite decorators to inspect our collection of carefully chosen reproductions. They are 
notable for their line craftsmanship and finish. We sell only to the interior decorating 
profession. 

Woe ^JManor House 



383 MADISON AVENUE 
NEW YORK CITY 



823 South Wabash Ave. 
Chicago 



816 South Figueroa St 
Los Angeles 



DECORATION 




LIVING ROOM 



LENYGON AND MORANT INC. 

49 





It is not singular that decorators have long relied 
upon this collection of textiles to create the 
charming interiors which have made their efforts 
so outstanding in America. 

The many notable fabrics in this collection have 
been procured from the world's finest sources 
and chosen with unerring discrimination. 

Our cordial invitation to the trade to view fabrics 
of distinction in our showrooms is reiterated now 
in the full knowledge that much will be found that 
is superbly new and eminently practical. 



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35 £tut 53zd Stzeet 
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BOSTON • PHILADELPHIA • CHICAGO • LOS ANGELES • SAN FRANCISCO 



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BEDROOM 



THEDLOW 
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385 Madison Avgnug 

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DECORATION 




MORNING ROOM 



DIANE TATE & MARIAN HALL, INC. 

53 




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ome 



of 



Robert Burns 



J. lie antique mahogany breaklront book- 
case illustrated liere was owned by the 
sister ol Robert Burns with whom the 
Scottish poet made his home lor many 
years. It is a piece ol simple dignity 
■with mellow brown colour. 



±y ew Y ork s largest wholesale selection of choice 

English Antiques and Reproductions 



WOOD AND HOGAN INC. 

385 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK 

sole American representatives 

ARTHUR BRETT & SONS, LTD. 

Norwich, England 



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DECORATION 




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BASEMENT TAP ROOM 



THE VALIANTS INC. 

55 



EDWARD GARRATT INC 



485 MADISON AVENUE 



NEW YORK 



AT 52nd STREET NINTH FLOOR 




ARCHITECTS and DECORATORS 

ARE INVITED 

TO VISIT OUR SHOW ROOMS 

FRENCH and ENGLISH XVIII and XIX CENTURY FURNITURE 



DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES 



FINE LAMPS AND SHADES 



56 



DECORATION 




BED ROOM 



MRS. DODD INC. 




MUSIC ROOM 



WILLIAM R. MOORE 

57 




CAREFUL ATTENTION TO DETAIL, 
SUPERIOR CRAFTSMANSHIP AND 
TRUE PERIOD DESIGN ARE APPARENT 



IN 



OLD COLONY FURNITURE 



LOS ANGELES 

Johnstone & Herlihy 

3i6 So. Figueroa Street 



New York Showrooms 
385 MADISON AVENUE 



BOSTON 

Executive Offices 
560 Harrison Avenue 



58 



DECORATION 



U««"2S5KS2a 




LIVING ROOM 



CORNELIA CONGER 




HALL 



MISS GHEEN INC. 
59 




Perfect in type for the 
project, this furniture 
built by us for Perry, 
Shaw & Hepburn, Ar- 
chitects, Boston, repre- 
sents but one of our 
services. 

Investigate thoroughly 
our complete offering 
on your next project. 
Write for our Williams- 
burg Booklet. 



VIRGINIA CRAFTSMEN 



YOU SHOULD NOT FAIL TO VISIT THE NEW COMBINED DISPLAY 

OF THESE TWO LINES AT 

222 EAST 46th STREET, Slew York Qty 

A MOST DISTINGUISHED WHOLESALE SHOWROOM 



PALMER e> EMBURY MFG. CO. 



ESTABLISHED 1867 




Superior all-upholstered 
furniture of quality. 

Reproductions of oc- 
casional pieces, tables, 
stands, etc., of the 
Eighteenth Century 
and in the Contempo- 
rary mode. 



DISTRIBUTED THROUGH DEALERS, DECORATORS AND ARCHITECTS 



60 



DECORATION 




DINING ROOM 



ELSIE COBB WILSON INC. 







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ENTRANCE HALL 



ARDEN STUDIOS INC. 
61 



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Antique and Modern 

French and Persian Carpets 

Rare Tapestries 



H. MICHAEL Y AN, INC 



(Kstablished 1901) 



515 Madison Avenue 
New York, N. Y. 



265 Palm Beach Avenue 
Palm Beach, Fla. 



EVERY CONSIDERATION IS EXTENDED TO DECORATORS AND THEIR CLIENTS 



62 



DECORATION 




Hi 

LIVING ROOM 



nancy McClelland inc 




CHILD'S BEDROOM 



HERTS DECORATORS INC. 

63 





PRESENTING 

THE FINE ARTS COLLECTION 

OF 50-INCH 

TOILE DE RAE 

AN ESTABLISHED AND EXCLUSIVE 
DRAPERY TEXTURE WOVEN WITH 

DUPONTMYONYARN 



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INTERIOR ARCHITECTS: 

If, by chance, Toile de Rae is a stranger to you, may we 
have the pleasure of showing its fine performance in any 
one of hundreds of rooms at the Waldorf Astoria. All of 
the original drapes are still hanging— luxuriously fresh. 
Du Pont Rayon yarn combined with cotton has pro- 
duced an entirely new and valuable genre of decorative 
fabrics. Toile de Rae has rich, low lustre— superb body- 
crisp drape— fast color— plus the sturdy virtue of cotton. 

50-INCH TOILE DE RAE HAS 26, 32, AND 36. INCH REPEATS 

WITCOMBE, McGEACHIN & CO., 






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MURAL PAINTING 




COCKTAIL ROOM, HOUSE IN GLENCOE, ILL. 



ALLYN COX 

95 



We Ye 
likely to have 

the ANSWER 



Where can you get the latest in- 
formation about Air Conditioning? 

Or lighting? Or the planning of 
wiring and outlet locations? Or 
refrigeration ? Or the hundred and 
one other questions concerning the 
use of electricity which frequently 
arise in the work of an architect? 

Naturally, from the utilities which 
supply New York City with elec- 
tric current. 

Our specialized knowledge is at 
your service. We shall be glad to 
share it with you, without cost. 
Write or telephone. 



The New York Edison Company, Inc. 

Bronx Gas & Electric Company 

Brooklyn Edison Company, Inc. 

New York and Queens Electric 

Light & Power Company 



MAin 4-2920-2921 

Frederic N. Whitley 

INCORPORATED 

Engineers * Qontractors 
Consultants 

173 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Specialists on Open Fireplaces, 
Flue Draft, Chimney Construction 
and Problems of Ventilation 



CONSULTING — 

The technical knowledge and practical experi- 
ence of our engineering department are available 
to owners, architects and builders in connection 
with the designing and erection of new work. 



CONTRACTING — 

Our contract department offers a comprehensive 
service for the correction of poorly designed or 
faulty existing construction. 



Main Office and Quarries 
WEST PAWLET, VERMONT 

RISING & NELSON 
SLATE COMPANY 

QUARRIERS of ARCHITECTURAL 

{Roofing 
State 

• 

To be of assistance in the designing of 
roofs we maintain a Service Department 
at 101 Park Avenue, New York and archi- 
tects are invited to make use of 
this specialized service 



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MURAL PAINTING 




SOCIAL JUSTICE, THE TENEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE BUILDING 



GEORGE BIDDLE 

97 




ETERNIT TIMBERTEX 

Architects Acclaim This 
Shingle Triumph in 
Asbestos Cement. . . . 
Textured Like Cypress Wood 

If you are partial to the texture of 
"weathered cypress, ' you will find in 
this asbestos-cement shingle a truly 
faithful reproduction. 

The "wood" colors are produced by 
pure mineral oxides and are an integral 
part of each shingle. 

The Eternit Timbertex Shingles are made 
to endure. Time and fire-defying Portland 
cement and asbestos fibres have been 
combined by an ingenious building-up 
process which insures an even distribu- 
tion of the reinforcing fibres, resulting in 
remarkable strength and resiliency. 

You will find that no detail has been 
overlooked to make Eternit Timbertex 
Shingles meet every architectural need. 

The RUBEROID Co. 



500 Fifth Avenue 



New York City 




E STAIRS^ 

The INCLIN-ATOR 

FOR THOSE WHO FIND THE 
STAIRS A HARDSHIP 



Watson Elevator Company, Inc. 

407 West 36th Street 
New York, N. Y. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

ELECTRIC PASSENGER AND 

FREIGHT ELEVATORS 



For a High Return 

in low upkeep 



v T amf. a great building. Empire 
-^ State, Chrysler, Daily 
News, YVoolworth, Equitable? 
Jenkins Valves serve in these 
and many others. 

Experience has shown archi- 
tects and building owners that 
Jenkins Valves represent an 
investment in lasting valve 
efficiency and low up-keep. 
Jenkins are good valves which 
remain good. They reduce repair 
and replacement expenditures. 

JENKINS BROS., 8o White St., 
New York City: 510 Main St., 
Bridgeport, Conn.: 822 Washing- 
ton Blvd., Chicago: 524 Atlantic 
Avenue, Boston: 133 N. Seventh 
Street, Philadelphia. 



Jenkins 




V &l>Wo BRONZE . . . IRON . . . STEEL 



98 



MURAL PAINTING 




1URAL AT EVANDER CHILDS HIGH SCHOOL. NEW YORK CITY 

FEDERAL ART ADMINISTRATION, J. MICHAEL NEWELL, DESIGNER AND PAINTER 

99 





t This photograph illustrates one of our recent 
installations. Note the 2" stainless steel strips, 
laid out and designed with ebony inlay. The 
treads are of sheet lead with studs, also of stain- 



less steel. 







L/Le^zth^iA- or 




3HST0R PLflCEJOC. 



• Our organization specializes in all types 
of custom metal work. 

Our unique facilities are at your service 
whenever an unusual problem in metal 
work presents itself. 

We shall be happy to consult with you 
... no obligation, of course. 



See our permanent illustrated 
display at PEDAC, 10th Floor 
30 Rockefeller Center, New York 



WILLIAM BRADLEY & SON 



Cut Stone and Marble 



40-20 Vernon boulevard 
long island city, n. y. 



AUTOMATIC 

TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY 

CONTROL SYSTEMS 



Applied to all types of 

HEATING— COOLING—VENTILATING 

AND 
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATIONS 

Special Apparatus for a wide va- 
riety of applications for Industrial 
Processes and Air Conditioning 



JOHNSON SERVICE COMPANY 

CHICAGO MILWAUKEE NEW YORK 



100 



MURAL PAINTING 




MURAL IN ST. MICHAEL'S CHAPEL, UNION CITY, N. J. 



HILDRETH MEIERE 
101 




EDWARD F SIBBERT. ARCHITECT 



S. H. KRESS & CO. BUILDING 



CONSTRUCTED BY 



BARR IRONS & LANE INC 



BUILDERS 



420 Lexington Ave. 



New York, N. Y. 



FIREPLACE 
SPECIALISTS 
for iO YEARS 



H. W. COVERT CO. 

22!> EAST llllh S I III I I 
NEW YORK 



A Collection of 
Antique and Semi- Antique 

PERSIAN and 
CHINESE III US 

Adaptable To Current 
Style in Decoration 



STARBUCK & HUXT 

60:i MADISON AVENUE 
NEW VOItK 



Near 57th Street 



VOLUNTEER 5-7774 



102 



MURAL PAINTING 




PANEL IN MODEL CRAFTSMAN PUBLISHING OFFICE 



L. HELMHOLZ JUNKER 
103 



EDWARD F. CALDWELL & CO., Inc. 

MAKERS OF GAS & ELECTRIC LIGHT FIXTURES 

ORNAMENTAL BRASS & WROUGHT IRON WORK 
36-38-40 WEST 15 th STREET 



NEW YORK 



WASHINGTON CONCRETE CORP, 



CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION 

FIREPROOF ARCHES 

CEMENT FINISH WORK 



EMPIRE STATE BUILDING, NEW YORK 



APPROVED CONTRACTORS for "DriiOMIT" CUSTOM BUILT FLOORS 



A. B. SEE ELEVATOR CO., Inc. 

Electric Elevators Since 1883 

Our Engineers will be glad to consult with 
Architects who contemplate the installation of 
new elevators or the modernization of existing ones. 

419 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 



104 



MURAL PAINTING 




CONQUISTADORES 



A. WINOGRADOW AND JEAN CHARLOT 




STUDENTS AT WORK, DECORATION FOR A HIGH SCHOOL 



LOUIS FERSTADT 
105 



No. 170 290 



291 



JOSEPH GILLOTT'S 

SUPERFINE 

DRAWING PENS 

For over 100 years the name ' 'Gillott" has 
stood for the finest in steel pens. Beauti- 
fully finished, possessing the right degree 
of flexibility, with a point for every type 
of work. 

For sale at leading stationery and artist 
supply stores. Or send 24c in stamps for the 
six Gillott superfine drawing pens shown 
above. 



'£09 



303 



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659 



JOSEPH GILLOTT & SONS, Ltd. 
ALFRED FIELD AND CO., Inc., Distributors 

93 Chambers Street < > < New York City 



GURNEY ELEVATORS 

=^=^=^«^= PASSENGER— FREIGHT =^^=^^^^ 

[Repairs • J\4aintenance • Service 



THE GURNEY ELEVATOR CO., INC. 



109 West 64th Street, New York 



Trafalgar 7-8000 




YOU ARE KINDLY INVITED 

TO INSPECT OUR FINE STOCK 

OF MERCHANDISE 



§t (Biht Jflantel g>f)oppe 



251 E. 33rd Street 
New York City 



JEAN BOHNE. INC. 

34 West 46th Street * New York, N. Y. 



PICTURE FRAMER 



ART DEALER 



ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND TRACINGS 
STRETCHED OR MOUNTED 

PAINTINGS RESTORED, CLEANED AND VARNISHED 

GILDING AND REPAIRING 

Established 1887 
Phone: Bryant 9-3618 



106 



MURAL PAINTING 




ENGINEERING, GRIFFITH OBSERVATORY, LOS ANGELES 



HUGO BALLIN 




THE CRUCIFIXION 



ANDRE DURENCEAU 

107 




RAYMOND D. RITCHIE 
BUILDER 



103 Park Avenue 
New York, N. Y. 



Post Road 
Greenwich, Conn. 




WAHL & COMPANY, INC. 

Designers and manufacturers of unusually fine lamps 

and shades, in period styles. Units made to 

order for the decorative trade. 



WAHL & COMPANY 

64 WEST 48th STREET 
NEW YORK 




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IMPORTATIO NS 
DUPL 



Antique Adam Mantel in 
statuary marble with green 
inlays and fluted columns. 
List $4500. Other marble 
mantels from $100 up. 



CATIONS 
IMPR O V 



S ATI ONS 



When we say "everything for the fireplace" we mean just that. A visit to our collection 
— the largest ever gathered under a single roof — discloses hundreds of importations, 
authentic reproductions and fine modern pieces. But if you should not find exactly the 
mantel you want our designing department will be glad to work with you or to create 
for you an original mantel especially designed for the specific background you have 
in mind. 

WM. H. JACKSON COMPANY 

Established 1827 

16 East 52nd Street, New York City 

"Everything for the Fireplace" 

108 




"ACHIEVEMENT"— A. A. Weinman, Sculptor 

ONE OF EIGHT GROUPS EXECUTED IN 

PINK GEORGIA MARBLE 
BRONX COUNTY BUILDING, NEW YORK CITY 

MAX HAUSLE AND JOSEPH H. FREEDLANDER, ARCHITECTS 

THE GEORGIA MARBLE CO., TATE, GA. 



1328 BROADWAY 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 



BONA ALLEN BLDG. 
ATLANTA, GA. 



MURAL PAINTING 




ANGELIC SALUTATION, BISHOP'S CHAPEL, SYRACUSE, N. Y. 



FRANK SCHWARZ 




DECORATION IN GLASS OF AN AVIATION TERMINAL 



CHARLES B. GILBERT 
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Richard Davis & Co. 

BUILDERS 



12 EAST 41ST STREET 
NEW YORK CITY 



21 MAMARONECK AVE 
WHITE PLAINS. N. Y. 



£.m'd ^Angelon 

INCORPORATED 

Painting and 
Decorating 



328 East 53rd Street 

Telephone PLaza 3-7655 



MODERNIZE 



with the 

Cutler 
Mail Chute 

Over fifty years of ex- 
perience and improve- 
ment in Manufacturing 
Equipment, Product and 
Service have made the 
Cutler Mail Chute an 
outstanding Hall-mark of 
progressive management 
in office buildings, hotels 
and apartments. 

It is an indispensable 
feature of the equipment 
of Public Buildings. 

No. 4550 

Information and details furnished on request 

CUTLER MAIL CHUTE CO. 

General Offices and Factory, ROCHESTER, N. V. 
NEW YORK OFFICE, 101 Park Ave. 




SINCE 1891 


BUHRING 


WATER PURIFIERS 


Guaranteed 


to remove all taste, odor and 


suspended matter 


Unexcelled 


for drinking water and ice making. Used 


by leading hotels, buildings, 


offices, homes, etc. 


BUHRING WATER PURIFYING CO. 


41 Murray Street, New York 



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